The Division of Family Services has agreed not to destroy any computer information, including backup tapes, of the records of Dominic James. The Springfield News-Leader continues its lawsuit to gain access to all of the records of the boy. He’s the two-year-old who died in foster care last summer. The judge’s order also requires the hard drives of 15 DFS officials in Springfield and Jefferson City undergo no changes until the court allows changes. The court orders include all e-mails. An e-mail that wasn’t made public until two weeks ago indicates DFS officials have been less than forthright in their role in the death of Dominic James.
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